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34/34 Spaulding Classic for $6 did I pay to much. now im wondering how it would hit the 52/300's we ...




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Old 05-17-2015, 09:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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34/34 Spaulding Classic for $6 did I pay to much.

now im wondering how it would hit the 52/300's we use now





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You get a handie with that at that price? I wouldn't have paid more than 5.63.
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lol, noi didnt I should have haggled more.
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Heavy work is gtg. I still have my old 34oz Easton metal that I have had for probably 30 years.
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I have an old 34/38 log that actually weighs 39.6 on a postal scale. Believe it or not, they hit the new high cor balls pretty decent but the low cor balls like classic m's go nowhere.
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Oppo, that is what I was wondering- squishier outer/ bouncier inner + bat with no real trampoline effect.
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update to a thought, bat used in a game with a decent swing.
Accoustics - may as well have been a fence post.
Performance - BAD
reached base on an infield error tho.

Over all grade: Crap, nice talking piece tho when the old people see it.
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What balls were used? The 52's?
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yeah the 52/300's, next time we are in the process of blowing out a team i may use it again just so i have a larger sample size of hits,
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